Incurin (Estriol) Tablets for Dogs 1 mg, 30 count
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For the control of estrogen-responsive urinary incontinence in ovariohysterectomized female dogs.
Features and Benefits
- Convenient, once-daily dosing
- Proven effective in managing urinary incontinence1 (bladder control issues)
- 93% of dogs treated were improved by 6 weeks1
- For use in spayed female dogs
- All dogs start out with a once-daily dose of two 1mg Incurin Tablets regardless of body weight
- Dogs should not receive more than 2mg of Incurin Tablets per day (2 tablets)
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION:
Incurin is indicated for the control of estrogen-responsive urinary incontinence in ovariohysterectomized dogs. The most common side effects associated with Incurin treatment under field conditions included loss of appetite, vomiting, excessive water drinking, and swollen vulva. The safety and effectiveness of Incurin Tablets have not been evaluated in dogs less than 1 year of age, intact female dogs, male dogs, dogs used for breeding, or lactating dogs. Incurin is contraindicated in dogs showing polyuria secondary to polydipsia, or in pregnant dogs.
1Incurin (estriol) Tablets for Dogs [Freedom of Information Summary]. Madison, NJ: Intervet Inc.; 2011.
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INCURIN (estriol) Tablets contain 1 mg of estriol per tablet.
- Tablets administered orally
- All dogs start out with a once-daily dose of two 1 mg Incurin tablets regardless of body weight
- Titrated to the lowest effective dose
The dose of INCURIN Tablets is not dependent upon body weight. All dogs should receive an initial dose of 2 mg INCURIN Tablets (2 tablets) orally once per day for a minimum of 14 days. After urinary incontinence is controlled, the lowest effective daily dose of INCURIN Tablets should be determined by decreasing the dose in a step-wise manner from 2 mg once daily (2 tablets) to 1 mg once daily (1 tablet), then 0.5 mg once daily (1/2 tablet) depending upon the response of the individual dog. There should be a minimum of 7 days between each dose adjustment. After the lowest daily dose that controls urinary incontinence is identified, the dose may be decreased further by administering once every two days. Dogs should not receive more than 2 mg INCURIN Tablets per day (2 tablets). If the dog does not respond to 2 mg of INCURIN Tablets per day, the diagnosis should be re-assessed.